THE Vodafone Fiji Bati ran rampant against the Fiji President's XIII team during a warm-up match at Prince Charles Park in Nadi on Friday.
Despite the 50-12 victory, head coach Rick Stone said there was still work to be done before the Rugby League World Cup less than three weeks away.
Stone said the warm-up match provided a good measure for the coaches to test out different combinations.
"After the match, I now have my mind set on what we can start with and we will tinker with the possible combinations over the next two weeks in preparation for the world cup."
The Bati play their first match against Ireland and are pooled with rugby league giants Australia and England.
The Mark Aston-coached Irish side are the underdogs in Pool A of the tournament but Stone said he would focus on working on his side's weaknesses.
"During this warm up match, we defended okay but we have a little more work to be done on our edge defence.
"We need more patience and composure while playing."
During their week in the country, the Vodafone Fiji Bati have been engaged in various activities to help with team bonding.
"The Fijian people have been so great and welcoming. We received great reception here and I think it's a great thing to bring in players of quality and unique personalities to lift the game of league in the country."